With Christmas still on the way (as far as I can tell), I thought I’d transition and share some of my favorite Christmas movies with the community at large out there. Whether they’re classics or movies that are relatively new twists on classics, they’ve managed to strike something in me that keeps me coming back and remembering the spirit of the holiday. So without further ado, here are my top three favorite Christmas movies of all time.1.
NORTH EAST — While many families are preparing to gather together for the holidays this year, it’s important to remember those who sacrificed everything to make sure we can enjoy the holidays with our families at all.
When we see a truly unique and one of a kind film, we often want to know more about the person who directed it: what inspired them, how they wrote the story, and more about the mind of this mad genius who created such a work of art. The film industry is full of amazing auteurs; masters of their craft.
@MrJacksonGavin I like the second half of that statement but the first half worries me. If it's the humor then I hope I can get over it. I just hope it's not like the nightmare I had where I was watching it and literally thought this is nothing like Star Wars
@MrJacksonGavin I've heard similar things. I've also heard things like it's a two watch movie for sure, and that it really is ballsy and really pushed the mythology in a new direction. Is there literally anything else you can say about it without spoiling anything?
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